Student Involvement

Student Organization Risk Management

Risk Management Training Requirement

In accordance with Texas Education Code, Section 51.9361, all registered student organizations are required to attend training sessions on a set of risk management topics as it relates to individuals, organization functions, and/or activities. A minimum of the president should attend one of the training's offered. If the president is not available another officer can attend but they will be responsible for educating the officers and members on the information learned. All attendees have to register to attend, please see the dates below.

Social fraternities and sororities are required to attend the Clay R. Warren Memorial Risk Management Programming annually.

2017-2018 Organizations that Completed the Risk Management Requirement

2016-2017 Organizations that Completed the Risk Management Requirement

2015-2016 Organizations that Completed the Risk Management Requirement

*Fraternity & Sorority Life organizations, Sports Clubs and Law organizations meet their Risk Management requirement through training organized by their department and do not have to attend additional training.

For additional questions regarding risk management training please contact or at 806-742-5433.

Training Dates

Student Organization Risk Management Training -  This training complies with the Texas Education Code 51.9361 as stated above and organizations will be in jeopardy of being disabled if not completed by the end of the fall semester. All student organizations must attend a risk management training session in order to apply and receive funding from the Student Government Association.

Fall 2017 Training Dates:

September 7, 2017 - 6:00-7:30 PM SUB Matador room

October 4, 2017 - 4:00-5:30 PM SUB Escondido Theater (Basement)

November 14, 2017 - 12:30-2:00 PM SUB Matador room

Student Organization Advisor Risk Management Training - The Center for Campus Life is pleased to offer student organization advisor trainings. This training complies with the Texas Education Code 51.9361 and the 2014-2015 Texas Tech Student Handbook Provision (Part V, E. Faculty or Staff Advisor, 7).

Fall 2017 ADVISORS ONLY Training Dates:

September 18, 2017 - 10:00-11:00 AM SUB Mesa Room

October 24, 2017 - 12:00-1:00 PM SUB Mesa Room

November 9, 2017 - 3:00-4:00 PM SUB Mesa Room


Risk Management Checklists & Tools

Alcohol - Texas Drinking Laws & Know the Signs of Alcohol Poisoning

Banking Account Information

Event Planning Steps

Event Planning Timeline

Social Event Planning Guide

Taxes and EIN

Travel Tips before, during, and after your trip.

Risk Management Presentations & One-on-One Meetings

Request a Presentation

Request a One-on-One Meeting


Risk Management Resources

Texas Tech Student Handbook and Code of Conduct

Office of Student Conduct - Incident Reports, Investigation Facilitation, Sanctioning 

Student Resolution Center - Conflict Coaching, Mediation, Facilitation, Training, Referrals to Resources

Student Counseling Center - Title IX Investigators, Reporting Source

Student Legal Services - Consultation & Representation, Contract Disputes, Waivers, Mediation 

Texas Tech Police Department  - Report a Crime, Crime Prevention Programs, Blue Phone Response, Late Night Shuttle Bus

Office of Risk Management - Complex (Long-term or International) Travel Planning, Short-term or Event Specific Insurance

Short-term Event Specific Insurance


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